Susan Kouguell shares ten tips on how to writing minor characters that elevate your overall story and remain memorable long after your script is read.
The most fundamental thing you need to master when becoming a screenwriter is screenplay formatting. Understanding the basics is crucial to selling your screenplays.
Susan Kouguell gives her top 10 tips for creating winning characters in your screenplays that will get executives to champion your project.
Script Angel's Hayley McKenzie offers tips for screenwriters on networking in-person.
Danny Manus explains how the god-like power of the screenwriter demands building your world of your script in an original and compelling way.
Jon James Miller explains when writing comedy, you must have a very distinctive voice to deliver even the funniest concept. And that voice resides in your characters.
Susan Kouguell shares advice on how to please a reader from her years of experience being a story analyst for production companies and studios.
Corey Mandell examines advice from the head of HBO on the changing times for writers breaking into television.
Screenwriter William Martell explains how sometimes it's more dramatic to have a character do absolutely nothing in a scene. Inaction can speak volumes.
The first step of screenplay structure requires knowing the dramatic spine of your story. Susan Kouguell offers tips.